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Definitions or explanations of words & phrases that are not strictly matters of religion, especially:
Rules and linguistic concepts for the expression of Latin, to most clearly convey or comprehend thoughts, ideas, and prayers in this language of “Veterum Sapientia” (“ancient wisdom”) [†], presented in the style of a glossary.
[Note †: The webmaster despairs that generations reared on sports-broadcasting cannot even distinguish the proper use of past tense from present tense in English for events (that are) hours or days past, e.g.: “he catches the ball in the end-zone, we win the game”. No expression of an action being the crucial condition that was failed, and no expression of the outcome actually being a failure: “had he caught the ball in the end-zone, we would have won the game” (but he didn't, so we lost). Sigh. So perhaps there's no one who'll be reading the webmaster's grammatical explanations, e.g.: about distinguishing subjunctive mood from indicative mood. ]
The key (or advice for readers) for issues of content and its presentation that are peculiar to this Web-site, e.g.: now constitutes a separate Web page within this site.
Notes from investigation & literature-research [*] on issues related to the traditional Roman Catholic religion, presented in the style of a glossary:
Cave ! Teaching of  faith & morals  is avoided. Traditionally, to be allowed to teach publicly, the Church has required either advanced levels of training, or approval in advance by clergy of episcopal rank (or clergy of lesser rank designated by someone of episcopal rank), in the form of the Nihil obstat and Imprimatur. The lay author of this Web page understands that he does not possess the level of formal training & experience in Catholic theology to be qualified to teach Catholic faith & morals. But the purpose of Web pages expressed almost entirely in text is to convey readable information. This is why the entries are best interpreted as his notes from his investigations of these topics.
[Note *: Latin “nōti·o, -ōnis” (f.): (literally) an investigation; (loosely) an idea or notion (in its English sense). ]
Basic information on the tourism-intensive Orlando metropolitan area in central Florida, U.S.A., in which Sacred Heart Traditional Catholic Church (SHTCC) is situated.
Identifies information sources that have dramatically different characteristics:

Note †: This Web page is not an official part of the Web site for Sacred Heart Traditional Catholic Church (SHTCC), whose development, hosting, and funding is independent of SHTCC. SHTCC has not provided any of the content of this Web page; text and links presented on this Web page have not been approved by the pastor or staff of SHTCC. Thus, SHTCC is not responsible for its contents.

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